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Bucura Pass, Retezat Mountains, Romania
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Retezat Mountains are some of the most beautiful mountains in Carpati Mountain Range, made famous by the glacier-sculpted landscapes and by the many (80+) glacial lakes that are to be found here.

Bucura pass is the last climb before ariving to Bucura lake from the north.

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